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driven. >> reporter: angie had grown up in amarillo, texas, and attended the all-girl school in dallas. she just bought a condo near the smu campus. >> angie was this amazing, shining star to so many people that she knew. she was absolutely brilliant before her time. she was a double major in engineering and computer science at smu. at a time when girls were not doing that. she had this amazing absolute love of life. was really the life of the party. >> reporter: beautiful, intelligent, single, and 20 years old. it's a combination that attracts men of all kinds. >> she used to get notes on her car. she'd get flowers. she'd come in and show me who wrote her that day. she had a lot of attention, absolutely a lot of attention. >> am i right in thinking that she didn't always have the best taste in guys? >> like any other 18 to 20-year-old, she didn't choose wisely at that point in her life. >> reporter: some of those choices and some of those men would figure prominently in the interlocking stories of angie's life and of her death. there was lance, whom angie had dated back home in amaril
capital where orioles fever is running high. let's take you down to enemy country here in dallas. it was a mix of sun and clouds. our weather system north of dallas-fort worth potentially bringing the threat for a shower. so not out of the question we could see a shower at some point. it does not look like a rainout. low 70s. cool air is marching toward maryland but into texas. temperatures will be falling through the 60s. tomorrow in dallas they probably won't get out of the 50s. we're basking in the warmth. man, what incredible weather this would be. wind speed out of the west eventually turning northwest. frontal system on the march. right now we're crystal career for the -- clear for the moment. i want no give you the view. here's the approaching frontal system, maybe a few sparks toward late day saturday and sunday we'll look for hit and miss rain. you see that system there, showers to the north and west. the whole ball of wax ledded toward us, likely to bring not just some rain on and off through the day on sunday but also a major cold shot of air. you'll feel that differen
. against the dallas team. nash did hit the 3 but only 7 points, 4 assists. kobe bryant, 22. but dallas beats the lakers on opening night 99-91. lakers in trouble. only 81 games remaining . lebron got his ring, and it just makes you think about a year ago, oh, he can't win the big one. now they're talking about, hey, he can mess with jordan. supposedly the most extravagant ring ever assembled. there goes lebron, 26 points, 10 rebounds. wade had 29. and the heat on opening night win 120-107. >>> josh reddick was the man. he's the first a's outfielder to win this award since dwayne murphy in 1985. josh reddick, yes, wins the gold glove award. >>> dallas braden, he once pitched a perfect game on mother's day with his grandmother who raised him in attendance. everybody bought into it. a great, great story of this perfect game. but he had nothing but problems with his arm, and the a's had the him go today. #450e8 -- let him go today. >>> when you're a world champ, you get a taco bell appearance. >> we love you, angels! [ cheering and applause ] >> angel pagan, the giants center fielder at ta
warming friend for the country. near 90s in dallas. that's the heat or the warmth i should say that is on its way for baltimore. take a look at planet. it is a chilly overnight, down to 49 and waking up to a lot of sunshine with temperatures in the 40s. big warming trend, christian, 80s for the seven-day forecast, talk about that more. >>> now to a developing story out of wisconsin, at least three people dead after a shooting there, four more injured. 45-year-old radcliff huhkin, police believe it started with a dispute. >> it was in a spa and across from a country club. >> i saw the girl coming out of the salon and bleeding in the neck with a paper towel over her neck and she was very hurt and she had to get escorted by the police officer because she couldn't walk. she was yelling. >> the deadly mass shooting terrorized the town in wisconsin on a sunny afternoon. >> we saw a woman crawl out of the door and roll down the hill and a cop scooped her up and put her in an ambulance. we heard a shriek. >> there is seven victims and four transported and we believe we have three decea
berry. it's time now for a little sports. the seemingly evenly matched chicago bears and dallas cowboys faced off under the monday night lights except the cowboys' offense was no match for chicago's defense. dallas quarterback tony romo threw five interceptions. two were returned for touchdowns. first in the second quarter on a pass intended for dez bryant, look at him go. that's picked by charles tillman and returned for six. and again in the third, just after dallas forced a chicago fumble. romo gives the ball right back to lance briggs who returns it 74 yards for the touchdown. bears won it 34-18. >>> on to baseball. the yankees crushed the red sox 10-2 last night. four yankee homers including a two-run bomb by returning first baseman mark teixeira. it capped off a nine-run second inning. and with an orioles' loss to the rays, the yanks took a one-game lead in the a.l. east. a lot of happy people here today. >>> in kansas city, detroit's miguel cabrera had four hits including a homer during a five-run sixth inning to help the tigers beat the royals 6-3 and claim the a.l. central titl
, this is "early today." and in sports, the seemingly even-matched chicago bears and dallas cowboys faced off under the monday night spotlight, except the dallas cowboys offense was no match for the chicago defense. dallas quarterback tony romo threw five interceptions, two were returned for touchdowns. first in the second quarter on a pass intended for dez bryant. that's picked by charles tillman and returned for 6 and again in the third just after dallas forced a chicago fumble, romo gives the ball right back to lance briggs who returns it 74 yards for the touchdown. bears won it 34-18. >>> all right. on to baseball, the yankees crushed the red sox 10-2. four yankee homers including a two-run bomb by returning first baseman mark teixeira capped off a nine-run second inning. and with an orioles loss to the rays, the yanks took a one-game lead in the a.l. east. >>> in kansas city detroit's miguel cabrera had four hits including a homer during a five-run sixth inning to help the tigers beat the royals 6-3 and claim the a.l. central title. >>> and, finally, that's the spirit, despite losing to the ph
madre hispana del área de dallas texas, espera sentencia por el brutal abuso infantil que propinó a su hija de solo 2 años de edad. la fiscalía la calificó de monstruo y ella dice estar arrepentida. rodolfo sánchez nos trae los detalles de la historia y nos dice como se desarrolló la jornada de hoy ante la corte. >>> elizabeth escalona espera ser sentenciada, luego de declararse culpable, de patear y torturar a su pequeña hija. pegar las manitas a la pared con un poderoso pego gameto. la niña de 2 años se hizo sus necesidades en la ropa. >>> escalona dice que no es nuestro monstruo como la llama la fiscalía. luego de ser declarada culpable, la tragedia ocurrió en un complejo habitacional del área de dallas en septiembre del 2012. de acuerdo a la investigación de la policía. escalona de 23 años de edad admitió la salvaje agresión ante su hija que ocurrió delante de los hermanos de la menor a raíz de la severa golpiza, la niña quedó en estado de coma por varios días y su madre arrestada. la acusada fue haya da culpable por las lesiones contra de su hija. >>> dije que
. by the way, there's offices in dallas. >> in a bigger picture -- >> dallas. >> this just destroy the image that wall street is where it's at? not only the problems with the weather. >> you're right. there's an issue here with wall street and the stock exchanges that they saw this coming ten days ago. joe was pounding the table about this storm being the mother of all storms. i came back from dallas because i knew wednesday there was going to be a problem, and you know what? you know, i prepared. why didn't wall street prepare for something bad? i mean, they have -- listen, goldman sachs has offices in london, in dallas, in chicago. i know this for a fact. they could operate, and, you know, they didn't. it's -- it's -- you know what, liz? it's not so bad on this. this is two days. market's doing okay; right? liz: very well. >> suppose we have something really bad. what's the plan? if there's a terrorist attack, are we out for two weeks? that would be a problem, by the way, no market for two weeks. liz: move it to fresno. nothing happens there. >> i wouldn't mind. i love dallas. i wish they'
in the centerpiece of this book, the assassination of president kennedy in a motorcade in dallas on nov. 20 second, 1963. lyndon johnson was in that motorcade too. the first car, president kennedy and jackie were riding with john connally, governor of texas and his wife, once the sweetheart of the university of texas and still a very beautiful woman. the car behind them is a heavily armored secret service car with agents standing on the running boards and with automatic rifles down between the seats and the third car is lyndon johnson's car. he is writing in the back, right side. lady bird in the center and in the senator from texas on the left. in the front is a secret service man named rufus yarborough. johnson's cars in the motorcade of thousands of books have been written about the assassination. they concentrate on what happened to jack kennedy. not one went into detail in what i considered an adequate way, substantial detail about what was happening to lyndon johnson. what was happening from his point of view. the assassination had never been told from johnson's point of view. it came to me
sports fan. the o's just an did an amazing season. >> the ravens barely survive the dallas cowboys. a kickoff return by jacoby jones tied an nfl record and gave the ravens a lead. the cowboys would come back. they missed the conversion that would have tied the game. they tried an onside kick. the field goal was wide. the ravens won. keith mills will have more highlights coming up in sports. the orioles had an o-mazing season. >> orioles fans cannot be more proud of their team. hundreds of fans will come back their hometown heroes. this was an attempt to think the team for making baseball relevant in baltimore again. >> i want them to know that the city has the backing win or lose. they did a good job this year. already looking forward to april. recap, visit our web site and click on o's. that brings us to our water cooler question of the day. was your favorite moment from the 2012 orioles season? you can share your response on wbaltv.com, on our facebook page, or send us an e-mail to watercooler@wbaltv.com. >> 5:07. 67 degrees at the airport. mitt romney and president obama are get
no discrimina ni afecta el voto de las minorÍas. en dallas, texas la tensiÓn estuvo centrada en el juicio a una mujer que confesÓ toro ratua su hija de 2 aÑos. la madre de la procesada, abuela de la niÑa torturada. pidiÓ clemencia para la acusada. jazmÍn thomas tiene los detalles desde dallas. >>> el 7 de septiembre del 2011 joceline zedillo de 2 aÑos de edad fue brutalmente golpeada y pateada por su madre, como castigo porque tuvo un accidente mientras aprendÍa a ir al baÑo. la acusada elizabeth escalona, confesÓ tambiÉn haber utilizado pegamento para pegar las manos de la be a la pared. >>> margaret escalona tÍa de la niÑa testificÓ que la pequeÑa casi se morÍa en sus brazos cuando la llevÓ al hospital. >>> la doctora que recibiÓ a joceline en el hospital, indicÓ que era uno de los peores casos que habÍa visto. la pequeÑa tenÍa su cuerpo cubierto de cortadas y moretones. al principio creyeron que habÍa sido vÍctima de abuso sexual, tenÍa muchos golpes en sus partes privadas. >>> ademÁs, sus manitas todavÍa tenÍan restos de pegamento y pintura blanca >>> la madre de
play passing attack in the nfl this season. dick advantage of that the sunday against the dallas cowboys -- to take advantage of that sunday against the dallas cowboys. no. 94. they saw in the last on the play dallas in to the other eight. -- in 2008. >> he probably is one of the best out there. he is just dangerous. a great pass rusher. hopefully we can do a good job at trying to emulate him. >> i have been trying to postpone delivery the bad news to you but it is time for you to see the orioles highlights as they lose 3-2 in 12 innings. yankee stadium. pick a the third inning. most unlike the player in the starting lineup today home run. into the right field. the o's had a 1-0 lead. manny machado, the rookie sensation, sensationtwo orioles look as ever. lead.s have a 2-1 michael gonzalez. sensational start. gets -- swinging on the inside. he goes 7. strike out eight. 9th inning, raoukl 6 jim johnson to tie the game at two. bottom of the 12th, the coast of reggie jackson steps to the plate. z did it again. 3-2. indeed now leads the best of five series, two games to 1.' so let me
. they have had two big wins in a row and been a lot of consternation about dallas but dallas is playing next week at home against the giants and if they win, they will be tied in the loss column and tony romo did an outstanding job against them and played maybe the best game i've seen him play in the opening night win. so the cowboys are right in position, as badly as things have gone the last two weeks. baltimore and arizona, those losses they got the ship righted today and they put themselves in position to have a big game against dallas -- or against the giants this week. >> tony, thanks. check with you next week. we turn to mike florio of pro football talk and we ask you to you to us through some of the day's big injuries. >> a couple of teams and a couple of big injuries potentially. running back maurice jones-drew of the jaguars left the game against the raiders early with a left foot injury. he was in street clothes on crutches with a walking boot in the second half of that game. the coach mike mularkey will update his status on monday and same game starting quarterback blaine gabbert
see the city didn't paint those in dallas. just some vandal did. >> they're like, pretend? >> yes. they're pretend bike lane, and, of course, it's confusing drivers. >> was this, like a protest from cyclists to say, look, we need bike lanes in the city? >> nobody said anything, but the presumption is, people are thinking that they need more bike lanes. >> i think just to so the possibility. again, to try it. you know, it's just -- it will come out. >> so far they've appeared on two bridges in dallas, and that's prompted a response from the city council. >> i came this close hitting a cyclist and i have to tell you, as we put these bike markings down, we have to make sure that they're consistent. >> the one along jefferson were not put up by the city. they were put up in the night. >> they look real. phi were a driver i would obey them. >> i find ittest tring they're using that as way to protest. that could get somebody killed. this doesn't surprise me. dallas twice labeled the worst city in the country for cyclists by "bicycle" magazine. >> it's ridiculous. >>> four students from
dallas.panied a victory against googll searches can be results that ooten show up... - for presidential candidates. pulling off... a amaainn helmee-cam videe of an aussrian daredevil's skydive 3pfrom sppce. - & 3- monday,,october 15th. &p 3 3- 33 the ravens find another way to win.... nd drive ffns crazy p the clooe victory over the cowboysshowever comes with aa steep ricc. priie.let's go to the 3rd quarter, with the ravens upp 17-13... jacoby jones wants catches it 8-yards deep inn &pthe end zoneethen followwshis blockers nd eeplodes down tte ssdeline... tying an n-f-l reeord with aa108 yard ick return ouchdown and giving the ravens 24-13 lead. later in the 4th dallas ties it p with a toochdown, and dez bryant can tie the game f he catches this 2 poiit conversion.... goes for the onside kick and wiil win it for the cowboys... misses frrm 55-yardss ut.the rrvens holl on for a 31-29 victory... but major injuries pt kke players could impact the rest of the season. (("...crazz finish."") sunday's game marked the ravens 4th straight pegular-season home winnit's the longess
survived against the dallas cowboys. the touchdown by jacoby jones. 24-13 lead. the cowboys would come back and after a touchdown, they made it two-point conversion and a kick recovery. dallas had one more chance to win. the field goal was ms.. sealing the when -- 39-24 for the ravens. it looks like the team has lost ladarius webb for the season and re lewis suffered a tricep injury. -- ray lewis suffered a tricep injury. still ahead at noon -- how all the victims families in maryland are watching september 11 proceedings. and rocket into earth faster than the speed of sound. >> the space shuttle endeavor -- eandeavour has arrived at its new home. after repairs made it a day late, it finally arrived at the gates of the california science center on sunday. the next time they will give a chance to see it is when the exhibit opens october 30. a skydiver touches the heavens as he breaks a record over new mexico. fearless felix baumgartner added 128,000 feet. on the way down, he became the first human to travel faster than the speed of sound without being inside the craft. he achieved a speed j
the dallas cowboys 31-29. despite the late surge by the cowboys, the ravens held on to extend to the winning record to 14. we have live coverage. sheldon dutes joins us with the and reaction. we begin with gerry sandusky who has the highlights. >> i did not think i would see anything closer than the marathon yesterday. we saw something this afternoon even crazier. the finish was wildly unpredictable in the 31-29 win for the ravens that sends them off to a 5-1 start the season. this was the action with the ball. he took the ball deep in the end zone and took off running untouched. the nfl recor time 108-yard kick gave the ravens the lead. the ravens are up eight. the touchdown reception. the cowboys went back for the two-point conversion to tie it. he was there but dropped the ball. the ravens still have the lead with 32 seconds left. the cowboys converted on the kick and set up a game-winning potential kick. white left from 51 yards. the ravens hang on to beat the cowboys 31-29. exhale and celebrate after the game. >> i told him stats do not win games. >> for the ravens fans, a huge weekend.
of the country is absolutely gorgeous today. enjoy it while it lasts from billings to minneapolis to dallas. today in montana, 80 degrees and sunny. and then tomorrow, we welcome that canadian air. this will be the first really good shot of cold air. we'll be in the 40s tomorrow in billings. and it looks like that cold air, willie, is going to rush down through the middle of the country and should arrive just about everywhere by the upcoming weekend. >> fall for real, finally. bill, thanks so much. >>> let's turn to sports now. the bears in dallas take on the cowboys on "monday night football." "the dallas morning news" today sums it up for tony romo, "tough all over." second quarter, romo drops back on third and nine, picked off by charles "peanut" tillman, takes it all the way in for the easy pick six. bears up 10-0. romo has a little chat with dez bryant on the sideline about that one. third quarter, bears now in cowboys' territory. jay cutler, wide-open devin hester. that puts the bears up 17-7. nice catch there. cutler threw for 275, 2 scores, no picks. later in the third, romo's terri
, colorado, down to dallas, had problems with loose seats. and as jim avila reports, federal officials are already investigating two other flights, both boeing 757s, with the very same issue. >> during climbout, rows passenger seats, row 12 d, e, and f, came loose on the floor. >> reporter: american airlines flight 685, from boston to miami, diverted in mid-flight, declaring an emergency and landing at jfk in new york, because a row of seats had disengaged from its rail on nearly a nearly full flight. one of the displaced passengers is moved to the flight attendants' jump seat. but fearing turbulence en route, the captain decides to land before the loose row becomes an in-flight missile. >> we don't want that thing flying around and hurting the passengers behind it. the seat is loose and can rotate pretty quickly. >> reporter: a second american flight, from jfk, this time, to miami, turned back after takeoff because of loose seats. elevating american's struggles from inconvenience, to safety concerns. >> i think it could be sabotage. or it could just be sloppiness. but either way, it's
, st. louis and dallas. >> 80s from dallas to miami, 60s in the northeast. mostly sunny from minneapolis to salt lake city. >>> still ahead, don't look now, but a big cut could be coming out of your paycheck in january, no matter who wins the white house. >>> and what do cyclists have to say about lance armstrong. >>> and later, coming up, the giants fish who invited himself on board, all 600 pounds. >>> welcome back. gas prices are plunging. the national average is now $3.68 a gallon, down 12 cents in the past week. that's still the highest price ever for this time of year. but aaa expects it to keep falling at a fairly good clip. you can thank the season but also falling oil prices and an end to refinery problems in california. >>> it's not getting a lot of attention, but many of us are going to be hit by a big tax increase next year, no matter who wins the clerk. temporary reduction in social security payroll taxes expires at the end of the year. neither presidential candidate is talking about an extension and there's little support for one in congress. >>> airfares will c
of the dallas mavs. >> i have to always be competing, i have to always win. >> the king of las vegas, steve wynn. >> the thing that will make people go wild, just about the coolest thing to do. >> and t. boone pickens, being a success. >> i would get out of the middle east, is what i would do. >> because what they say could help everyone. >> the most patriotic thing you could do as an american is get filfthy, stinking rich to do all the things we talked about. >> this is piers morgan tonight. >> i'm tony robbins, in for piers morgan, tonight, we'll be talking to three men who have tried to get american going again. we begin with mark cuban, owner of the dallas mavs, who started at the age of 12, selling garbage sacks. he started broadcast.com, then sold that for 5.2 million to yahoo! then he turned the dallas mavs into a winning team, not bad, mark cuban joins me right now, good to see you, i see you noticed the ring. >> that is a beautiful ring. >> coach carlyle gave me that, because i worked with your team. >> i can't wear it at all. >> tell me something, you are -- described a lot of differen
stock exchange should have went outside of the city, brokennage firms, dallas works, if you are goldman sachs back, if you want to trade, you know mother of all storms are coming move your trading desk to acon, ohio or dallas or whatever. gerri: i want to ask you. you know this, 9/11, a decade ago now, they promised they wouldy would get a back up. hero are 10 years later. >> no back up, it is really sort of one of major, there are a lot of failings of particular the regulators. mayor is a nice person but one of her major failings is with market. you get feeling that everyone dropped ball on this they should not have been talking about this, with minutes to go before the storm lands, we knew it was coming. i left dallas, it takes a lot to pry he out of dallas watching a cowboy game, i left saturday morning i wanted to be at work. that is me, i was told to leave dallas saturday, i think on wednesday, when i -- >> there is no mystery there. i want to play sound from you, ceo on area, just moments ago really, talking about how they have back up plans. >> we had the ability to operate the m
, brooklyn, chicago, dallas, houston, los angeles and miami. the charges involve allege treatment and services that were eater medically unnecessary or in some cases never actually provided. the u.s. attorney general says the fraud amounts to nearly $430 million in false billings. >> the total includes over $to 30 million in home health care fraud, more than $100 million in mental health care fraud and approximately $49 million in ambulancing transportation fraud. >> reporter: prosecutors say alpha ambulance in los angeles is responsible for the whopping transportation fraud, four top people in the company were arrested. >> can someone there speak to us about the four that were arrested from your business? >> i have no idea. >> reporter: according to the indictment two of the defendants instructed employees here at alpha ambulance to document a reason for runs even if one did not exist. >> medicare and medicaid fraud not only robs taxpayers, it also jeopardizes the future of the program that more than 100 million americans depend on every day. >> reporter: the government says it's
prolongado debido a una serie de testimonio, jasmin tomÁs con los Últimas detalles desde dallas. >>> durante 3 horas la fiscalÍa ins wro interrogÓ a elizabeth escalona la madre de 5 hijos cuando torturÓ a su hija pegÁndole sus manos a la pared con pegamento. (hablan en inglÉs) >>> la sfis fiscalÍa se impacie cuando escalona dice que no sabe por quÉ golpea a su hija. (hablan en inglÉs) >>> la fiscal erin le mostrÓ una fotografÍa tomada en el hospital de la vagina de su hija y le pidiÓ que contara los moretones que tenÍa. elizabeth rompiÓ en llanto y no pudo hacerlo. investigadores testificaron que elizabeth golpeÓ a su hija por hacerse en el baÑo en los c calzoncill calzoncillos, elizabeth dijo que deberÍa pagar por sus acciones en la cÁrcel pero tambiÉn le pidiÓ una segunda turnoportunid diciendo que no era un monstruo. >>> la fiscalÍa le dijo al juicio que los monstruos deberÍan para usted driudrirseÁ. desde dallas, jasmin tomÁs telemundo. >>> al regresar en el ciclista estadounidense, lance amstrong dijo que la agencia de dopaje de estados unidos que lo sa kus de acu
on the forecast. you have the best chance of seeing a strong storm. dallas to oklahoma city to tulsa, back to chicago, you have a chance for strong storms. for today, it's not too bad. east coast looks okay. tomorrow is the day of concern. more details on that coming up. >> thanks. >>> also coming up, the pearl harbor of cyber attacks, the biggest diamond in the universe and dra kra tax cheats. walmart has a heart. a major announcement. you are watching "first look" on msnbc. ♪ [ male announcer ] how do you make 70,000 trades a second... ♪ reach one customer at a time? ♪ or help doctors turn billions of bytes of shared information... ♪ into a fifth anniversary of remission? ♪ whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. boring. boring. [ jack ] after lauren broke up with me, i went to the citi private pass page and decided to be...not boring. that's how i met marilyn... giada... really good. yes! [ jack ] ...and alicia. ♪ this girl is on fire [ male announcer ] use any citi card to get the benefits of private pass. more concerts,
? and the latest bizarre celebrity star baby name. this one is a mouthful. >>> plus, decadence in dallas. if you're a chocolate lover, you're going to want to see this. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back to "early today." on this thursday morning. not quite as hot today in areas of southern california. you go from mid-80s yesterday to 70s in san francisco, 89 in l.a. instead of 97. the northwest, some rain will be moving in late were in the day, looks like after lunch hour specifically, then we'll keep damp conditions in many areas of the northwest for tomorrow, lynn. so looks like we're back to the rainy weather. >>> all right, bill, thanks. now to entertainment news. flavor flav, the rapper, was arrested in las vegas yesterday for allegedly assaulting his fiance of eight years and her 17-year-old son. >>> ashton kutcher tops forbes list of highest paid tv actors with an estimated $24 million, thanks to his "two and a half men" role. last year, the man that he replaced, charlie sheen, was in the top spot with $40 million. bet he's not laughing now. rounding out the top five, hugh l
. giants win, 6-4. the ravens put the long as the hot win streak against the dallas cowboys. there are preparing to make it 14 this sunday. they see dallas coming off a by. tony romo is coming off and inconsistencies in. they hope to attack him before he can attack them. >> we will just makes it up. whatever that be coverage-was, pressure, one man zone, whatever. we have got to do a good job of not giving up big plays. and we have but to keep the quarterback of balance and the receivers of balance, and then we are in. >> we will see these seven-day forecast coming up next. it's heavy lifting. you start with a democratic senator named ben. by getting bwi-marshall funding for new runways, he's helping us serve 21 million passengers a year, which helps keep 100,000 jobs that depend on the airport, and that means more cargo for more businesses and more skycaps unloading more taxis... welcome to bwi. ...carrying families with more luggage. thanks. it's like he's out here with us. he's my friend, ben. i hope he's your friend, too. i'm ben cardin, and i approve this message. dit's
perch and the latest celebrity star baby name. this one is a mouthful. plus, decadence in dallas. if you are a chocolate lover, you're going to want to see this. you're watching "early today." o . >>> welcome back to "early today." our big storm that's causing all the havoc in the northern plains is going to continue to be a big wind maker today. cloudy, raw and damp all through the dakotas, minnesota, wisconsin. the storms passing through the southeast have weakened since earlier this evening. we will see the storms regenerating later today heading for the carolinas. late tonight we could see storms in virginia and areas of north carolina. we'll watch that. the story for friday, it could be a really difficult travel morning in new england especially. heavy rain expected. philadelphia, new york city especially up into connecticut. so tomorrow morning at this time we're going to be talking about some serious travel issues. >>> that looks like no fun. bill, thanks so much. now for a little fun, entertainment news. flavor flaf, the wrapper, was arrested in las vegas yesterday. threatened to
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goal. dallas kicking off to jacoby jones and he is jonesing. blowing by everybody. a 108-yard kickoff return, ties for the longest in nfl history. gives the ravens a 24-13 lead. he has some speed and some moves, guys? do you like that? but the cowboys rally. down eight with under a minute to play. tony romo in the red zone hooking up with a dez bryant. second touchdown of the day, two-point conversion fails, so dallas still down two. cowboys going for the onside kick and guess what? they get it. take a closer look. the ball goes through the legs of the ravens and the cowboys recover. so it comes down to the foot of dan bailey. 51 yards for the win. and the kick is wide left. the ravens are 5-1 after holding on, barely w a 31-29 victory. >>> detroit lions taking on the eagles in philly. pick it up third quarter. birds up three. michael vick slinging it to a wide open maclin. no one will catch him. a 70-yard touchdown, the longest play for the eagle this is season. they take a ten-point lead, but detroit, known for its fourth quarter comebacks, stafford to roloson, 17-yard score to put
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forecast, minneapolis, 52. miami, mid 80's. dallas, 87. i will have your weekend forecast coming up. >> and might be warm in dallas and miami, but they do not have playoff baseball. and dealing with a thief. somebody bikes non -- by two men known as the tutu brothers. they take these to susan g. komen events across the country. the help traffic control at intersections. no word on were the bikes are. the theft will not stop hundreds of people from marching the mass of walk to raise funds for the massive fight against breast cancer. despite the cold, there will continue on all weekend. john gonzalez with more this noon. >> it is a sobering reality, we all know someone has suffered from breast cancer. 1700 people walking the streets all over the district. it is the start of the 3 day susan g. komen walk. it is a very inspiring very motivating. the national spokesperson. but a survivor as well. tell us about the fight you are fighting right now. >> i may for your survivor. and one of our mission statements is that everyone deserves a lifetime. and i am so grateful to be living out mine
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." they came on buses from dallas, miami, washington and san francisco. >> cenk: when you see the disparity between what the walmart owners have and what the rest of the country has, it is stunning. especially when they don't give their workers the benefits that they need. now, we're also going to talk about a guy who says, you know what i'll fire all my workers if obama is re-elected. get a load of this guy. >> he never thought up to big the biggest house in america. it just kind of happened. >> it's bigger than the white house. >> full size baseball field. (vo) what is said here could decide the election. current tv presents coverage of the vice presidential debate. with unrivaled analysis and commentary. >> was this the game changer? is this going to change the dynamic? (vo) the only network with real-time reaction straight from the campaigns and from viewers like you. >> so keep on tweeting and maybe you'll have your voice be part of this democracy and see your tweets up on our screen. >>now that's politically direct. nah, he's probably got... [ dennis' voice ] allstate. they can b
-winning drives, including that spectacular one on that sunday night in dallas. this year 3 tds, no picks, they were down by more than ten in the first quarter in week two against the buccaneers. with that spectacular second half. the master of the comeback will have to do it again at second down and seven. >> cris: not happening. >> al: lots of time. reaching out and misses the catch is barden. into eagle territory and the tackle at the 47 yard line. gain of 31. >> cris: coleman, i told you, he jumps play action passes. watch this, play fake. comes up, ramses barden right over the top. you have to know some situations. you're inside of nine minutes and you're given a freebie. >> al: ran by asomugha as well. the ball is at the 49 yard line. hynoski was the fullback. again over the middle. inside the 20. breaking tackles. out of bounds. setting up a first down and goal. got away from nate allen. play fake again. burning him is eli. 31 yards. >> cris: watch this move. nnamdi asomugha obviously thought he was getting some help. i think that was nate allen going up for the play fake this time
. great nfc east rivalry. in that division dallas plays tomorrow night against chicago. they're 2-1. with a victory over the giants on opening night in hand. and the winner of this game goes to 3-1 and washington at the end pulls one out at tampa today. second and five now. again to the outside. catch is made maclin. has a hip injury, has only been targeted a couple of times tonight. that's his first catch of the night. >> cris: nice read by vick on that one. one of the few times they rotated back in coverage. vick saw it right off the back. maybe a better way to rotate the other way, not to his open field side where he was going to see that in the dropback. >> al: mccoy. taking it to the 36 yard line. short gain. >> cris: now, that was good by blackburn. that time they switch responsibilities on the outside. jason pierre-paul came crashing inside and chase blackburn looped out. i kind of like that adjustment right there. they'll set the enl with blackburn and much more effective. celek can't get out of the way. played perfectly by blackburn. >> al: second down for four minutes. s
's story. when we come back charlie joins us from dallas to say don't mess with texas when a comes to political fund-raisers. there is charlie. somebody remove that from the screen. i am talking about the course. liz: it's a fox business market check. we are a couple of points of the highs for the sessions with the dow jones industrial which has been languishing in volume was 63 points earlier today. to see this reversal is pretty significant, about 38 points. still it looks like we will be down for the week for both the dow and s&p 500 unless something dramatic happens between now and 35 minutes from now. that could always happen. stay with us. look at expedia, shrugging off of the problems of competitors. this is the online travel site that came in with better than expected earnings after the bell yesterday. their new online hotel business is doing very well. a jump of 14%. now, shares of orbitz also skyrocketing pretty much on the news of expedia, the halo effect, catching a wave, news that bookings in the asia-pacific regions were up significantly. check this out. across the bo
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